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Create dynamic selectors using SCSS (Sass)

in SCSS on April 25, 2021

To make the CSS Selectors dynamic, we can make use if @mixin rules with interpolation.

@mixin is a wonderful rule SassScript has. It allows you to write style rules that can be used throughout your stylesheet — basically it helps to create reusable styles.

Interpolation is nothing but an expression wrapped in #{}.

Here’s how to do it.

Another example:


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